#NintendoSwitch #NES – Nintendo Switch vs. NES Classic Edition: Which Cheap Console Is Better To Buy? : On March 2017, Nintendo will release the much awaited and highly anticipated Nintendo Switch. But despite this imminent launch, many have taken to grab the NES Classic Edition, which is currently old out.
With these two affordable devices coming from the same veteran console manufacturer, there is the question of which among them will reign supreme and/or which one is worth the purchase.
The Nintendo Switch has been at the tips of everyone’s tongue for quite a while now. There were talks about whether or not Nintendo would even be able to release the same within its promise of March 2017.
And when the company finally released the teaser video of the console, sighs of relief were heard all around – both because the device was coming out as scheduled and because it seemed set to deliver on its hype.
The official video, which has been viewed more than 20 million times on YouTube, showed just what the Nintendo Switch would be able to do. Depending on the needs and wants of the user, the console could act as a home docked device, which could in turn be played solo or with a partner.
The device, however, can also be played on the go. And while the screen will be smaller, multiple players can still take part in a single game. And if these were not enough, the console will be able to connect to others of its kind, theoretically resulting in a Switch party.
Before is official announcement, it was speculated that the device would be a hybrid one. But Nintendo truly delivered. But despite these, C|Net reports that the console will not be as expensive as its competitors. Various retailers have leaked that the Nintendo Switch will only be priced at US$250.
Then there is the NES Classic Edition, which was available for maybe about a day. The throwback device, which is a miniature version of the Nintendo Entertainment System from 1985, sold out within hours of the unit going on sale on both stores and online shops. The real sell, of course, is that it quenches as a nostalgic thirst that every veteran player has felt.